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Drug Rehab SEO The opiate epidemic is taking more than 150 lives per day. Many do not reach out for help. The ones that do, have to be careful of patient brokers. Ethical addiction treatment centers need to us ethical marketing strategies. Drug rehab SEO marketing providing solutions for drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers, detox and sober livings....
Defining the Struggle for Peace The theme for April 2003 was Peace & Conflict. For the contest, the Global Gallery ran a contest entitled, "Defining the Struggle for Peace", we wanted you to share what you thought of peace and conflict in the world, in your country, or in your community, and to help to increase awareness and understanding through your artwork!

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Alcohol is a Drug Artist(s): Pamela Acosta Organization: Asociacion Uruguaya de Difusion del Español como Lengua Extranjera Description: Pamela Acosta chose Alcohol as her main topic. Alcohol is a drug.
ayv Photography, Digitally Manipulated
Article 14: The Somali's Struggle for Life This image depicts a refugee trying to escape the current war in Somalia. As she seeks refuge in neighbouring countries, she is denied entry to wherever she goes, and is forced to return to the hostile environment of her homeland. This is a current issue in the Middle East. Thousands of Somalis flee their homeland each year in hopes of finding...
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markbelan Painting, Acrylic
Bath Rugby Interview Spread It's just a magazine spread :).
jonathancox Print
Drug Abuse Don by James Hussein 17 yrs.Te image involves water paint and brush.The slum community is characterized by drug abuse both children and youth as well as the adults.In 2002 42 people died of ilicit brew while others went blind.
Mulei Drawing, Pastel
Drug Abuse The image shows the negative peer group influence.Awill to indulge and the drug illness that follows.Pencil drawing and water paint by Juma Husein, previously submitted without success.
Mulei Drawing, Pencil
Drugs Artist(s): Alexis Inzausti Valentina Organization: Asociacion Uruguaya de Difusion del Español como Lengua Extranjera Description: This project was created by Valentina Barreto and Alexis Inzausti. It shows the problem of taking drugs, and the causes for it. You can find some information related to some kind of drugs, and some advices for us.
ayv Photography, Black and White
drugs Artist(s): Katherine Michelle Herrera Valiente; Walter Jonathan Lemus Quijada; Claudia Geraldina Zaldaña Choto Organization: Asociación CONEXIÓN al Desarrollo de El Salvador Este video muestra Cómo los jóvenes son víctimas de las drogas, sus causas y sus consecuencias
ayv Photography, Colour
Drugs kill us The social issue that I have chosen is drug abuse. For my first decision, I planned to draw the close up of a woman with two different conditions. One is a healthy woman and living normal and non- toxicity life so I finally drew a classroom with tables, chairs and blackboard. She has healthy skin. The other shows a woman with unhealthy life. I...
vivianmang Painting, Oil
Drugs kill you Artist(s): Omar Amir Organization: Heritage Conservation Think Tank Description: Omar is concerned with the drugs addiction issue and is trying to tell the youth that drugs won't grant them happiness as they may think, but rather may lead to death!
ayv Photography, Digitally Manipulated
Drugs! - When do you think we will stop doping ? - When Egypt qualifies to the world cup!
aymanelhakea Cartoons